Many victims of domestic violence been forced to leave their homes because of abuse.
Please consider donating in one of the following ways to help them make this life-changing transition:
Get involved in the Adopt-A-Family Program for survivors of domestic violence in our transitional housing services! We have 50 families participating this year!
Learn how you can bring holiday cheer to survivors of domestic violence by visiting our Adopt-A-Family Page!
Due to space limitations, we are currently accepting ONLY the items listed below. Please note that all items must be NEW!
The following items we need urgently for our clients:
We also need the following items:
In addition, we are in need of a Mini-Van for transporting clients and picking up supplies. If you have a van in good condition, please contact the Development Department at 215 386 1280 x146.
How to donate:
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Make a gift of appreciated stock to Women Against Abuse and potentially reduce your 2013 taxes!
If you itemize your deductions and own appreciated stock that you have held for more than one year, did you know that by donating the stock to Women Against Abuse, you can deduct the stock's value as a charitable contribution and legitimately avoid paying income taxes on the stock's gain?
All you have to do is make a gift of appreciated stock by December 31, 2013.
Here's how it works. Suppose you held 100 shares of stock for more than one year and decided to donate them to Women Against Abuse. The stock's value on the day of the contribution was $20 per share. Your charitable contribution deduction is $2,000 -- no matter at what price you originally bought the shares.
If you bought the shares long age at $5 per share, your capital gain would be around $1,500. By donating the stock, you can avoid paying any taxes on the stock's gain. At 20%, the tax on your $1,500 long-term capital gain would have been $300. In this example, you claim an itemized deduction for a $2,000 donation AND you can simply ignore any taxes on the appreciation. To learn more about how this may improve your tax return, contact your accountant or tax return planner.
To donate stock to Women Against Abuse or to learn more about gifts of appreciated stock, please contact Director of Fund Development Katie Young Wildes.
Women Against Abuse recommends donating any used cell phones and cell phone accessories to the Verizon Hopeline program, which provides refurbished phones to Women Against Abuse clients and victims of domestic violence across the country. You can donate your cell phone and accessories at any Verizon Wireless location, or you can download a free mailing label and ship your phone to the Hopeline program.
Learn more about the Hopeline program.